Hiking routes in Málaga and natural tourist attractions
Experience the thrill of this path that winds through narrow footbridges along the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes gorge, 100 metres above the Guadalhorce river.
The Costa del Sol on the Mediterranean coast is a major tourist destination and enjoys over 325 days of sunshine a year.
This incredible landscape takes its Spanish name, meaning ‘Copper Wood’, from the colour that the mountain takes on in autumn with the fall of the chestnut leaves.
In the west of the province of Málaga lies the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, which boasts many hiking trails through its high peaks—such as the Torrecilla—and along its deep gorges.
The Cueva del Tesoro, in Rincón de la Victoria, is one of the most enjoyable excursions you can take from Málaga, and a spot of great geological interest.
Visible desde la propia capital malagueña por su cercanía, este parque natural ofrece, entre rutas de senderismo y antiguos pueblos mediterráneos, un viaje al pasado vinícola de la región.